Echoes Issue April 2009
- Published on Tuesday, 14 April 2009 18:58
Volume 36, Issue 3 contains the following articles:
Despite the title “Still on Top” your editor is not satisfied with United’s play in recent weeks. Few United supporters are!!
Our Club’s News:
Chris Grech reviews the Club’s activities since last December, with special emphasis on what went on in that memorable week in February!
50 Years – Struggle, Triumph and Achievement:
Founder Member, former Secretary and President George Kissaun tells us what it was like for the first committee members in those early days of the Club…
Radio Presenter Darren Grech tells us all about the recent radio programmes, who were the guests and what they said….
Heroes are Human too:
Robert J Muscat gives us an insight into the organizational problems the sub-committee faced before the 50th Anniversary celebrations came to a close, and paid tribute to our Members’ exemplary behaviour….
The Emperors have been anointed – five thoughts:
The thoughts that came to experienced writer Karm Galea after our World Club Championship win last December….
Random Red Thoughts:
Once again, editor Patrick Critien tells us about United’s current stuttering form, and why he’s been banned from ever watching a United-Liverpool game again…..
United chase five trophies:
Mark Strijbosch analyses our five pronged assault on silverware this season; let’s hope we can go all the way…..
What makes United, United:
Matt Done gives ten solid reasons why United are what they are – the greatest Club in the world, of course….
Mixed Mancunian Platter:
Possibly inspired by the recent cooking programmes on MUTV, Karm Galea serves up an interesting article with extremely savoury ingredients, all United-based, of course….
The latest thoughts from our nameless, faceless, no-holds-barred correspondent. You can’t but agree with him!
Born to lead Man Utd:
Julian Tabone focuses on United’s current captain, the legendary Scouse-buster Gary Neville, so well-known to all of us here…
Season so far:
James Handyside gives a practically day-to day look at what went on in the corridors of power at Old Trafford and Carrington from December to March…
Old Trafford, Theatre of Dreams:
Anthony Caruana looks at the development of our beloved stadium from 1985 till the 1986/7 season. A very interesting read…
Part 20 of Know your United:
Club Founder John Calleja, looks at the years 1989 and 1990…the first few years of Alex Ferguson’s glorious reign….
And of course, 12 full colour pages of the 50th Anniversary celebrations. A week to remember with pride! I certainly hope you enjoy this issue – thanks for all those who contributed, and of course, support our advertisers!